SuperFly Coaching - 70.3 Base 9-14hrs/wk

Average Weekly Training Hours 11:26
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours 11:26
Training Load By Week

This is a 12 week plan lasting 12 weeks designed to give you a solid 70.3 Base.At SuperFly coaching we recommend to most athletes to move to one of our Build programs. this plan leads perfectly into those.

Sample Day 1
0:45:00
Basic strength routine in weight room

Some basic strength work, LIGHT weight, or body weight only. Squats, good mornings or a deadlift, sit-ups, push-ups, basic step-ups, lat pulls, rows, and some simple jumping exercises, (like a low box, quick small jump sets). Planks to finish. A circuit of this stuff is fine, we're just trying to get you into a routine. Even if you body weight and lighter stuff, you'll be sore, so don't be aggressive here.

Sample Day 2
0:45:00
Aerobic ints

(You may substitute a masters swim workout.) WU: 100 swim easy, 50 kick easy, 100 swim moderate, 50 kick moderate, 100 swim build speed, 50 kick build speed.
MS: For the first set decrease times with each work interval. All aerobic—easy breathing.
4 x 100 (10”) moderate.
Rest 2 minutes.
Kick 300 steady.
6 x 25 relaxed speed (15”).
CD: 200 easy swim.
Total: 1500

Sample Day 2
0:45:00
Strides, 4-5, relax

Strides (this is best outdoors but may be done on a treadmill). Warm up. Then 4-5x20 seconds fast on soft, gentle downhill. Approximately 400m race pace. Not all out. Relax. Walk and hop back to start point during each recovery. Hop 30 times on right leg and then 30 times on left leg (hops are to build foot/leg strength). Zone 1 cool down.

Sample Day 3
1:00:00
Indoors-Isolated Leg Training

Isolated Leg Training (ILT) on indoor trainer. After warm-up, then alternate 20-60 seconds with 1 leg--other on a chair. Get a total of 7-10 minutes of ILT on each leg in workout. Alternate legs as you feel like it. Comfortably high cadence. Focus on eliminating dead spot at top of stroke by pushing toes forward in shoes at top.

Sample Day 4
0:45:00
Base building

On soft but firm surface, heart rate in zone 1 only. Pretty form and quick cadence. (This is best outdoors but may be done on a treadmill).

Sample Day 4
0:45:00
Aerobic ints

(You may substitute a masters swim workout.) WU: 100 swim easy, 50 kick easy, 100 swim moderate, 50 kick moderate, 100 swim build speed, 50 kick build speed.
MS: For the first set decrease times with each work interval. All aerobic—easy breathing.
4 x 100 (10”) moderate.
Rest 2 minutes.
Kick 300 steady.
6 x 25 relaxed speed (15”).
CD: 200 easy swim.
Total: 1500

Sample Day 5
0:45:00
Basic strength routine in weight room

Some basic strength work, LIGHT weight, or body weight only. Squats, good mornings or a deadlift, sit-ups, push-ups, basic step-ups, lat pulls, rows, and some simple jumping exercises, (like a low box, quick small jump sets). Planks to finish. A circuit of this stuff is fine, we're just trying to get you into a routine. Even if you body weight and lighter stuff, you'll be sore, so don't be aggressive here.

Adam Zucco
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SuperFly Coaching

Has has been coaching for over 15 years. He and his partner, Joe Friel, started TrainingBible Coaching and are the leading endurance authors. Adam has coached countless athletes to PRs and to Kona Qualification including Ben Kanute, US Olympian.